Apr 13, 2010 1:19 AM

Doitall (Lords of the Underground) - Surrender (prod by Pete Rock)

Here's the first video off of Doitall's (Lords Of The Underground) solo Debut "AMERICAN DU" produced by Pete Rock. Album Drops May 4th and will feature production by Pete Rock, The Real Focus, Scott Storch and many more.


Mar 19, 2010 6:32 PM

Fresh! MIOKI - Masta Ace, Pete Rock, Premo and Blu & Exile know the deal!

Who is Mioki?

We, Mioki, are producing selfmade & strictly limited T-Shirts as a tribute to and an expression of our love for HipHop Culture & good Rap music. (Below you can see some designs!)

In our three collections we have designs like: Can't stop Hip Hop runnin through my veins, Boom Bap, Check the Technique, Put it on, Soul Clap, How many Emcees must get dissed?,Analog girl in a digital world, Electric Relaxation, Mama said knock you out, Just writing my name, Break it down, Straight out the jungle, Protect your neck etc.

Just check out www.miokishop.de

for information/order just contact me: matt@mioki.de

If you know stores which could be interested in selling our strictly limited and selfmade tees, please contact me via the same e-mail-address.

Watch out for our new collection in May!

Mioki is an artist community from Aachen, Germany, which is involved in music and graphic design since 1990. In the summer of 2007 Mioki released a limited t-shirt series. The idea behind this release is representing an authentic way of urban life and HipHop without relying on short term trends or fashion gimmicks. Instead, the focus is on longevity and classic timeless designs which do not wear off or lose their charme after one season. High quality and unique designs in small editions guarantee a high credibility and prevent the classic “sellout” that many fashion labels experience. Mioki products always have something exclusive to deliver without neglecting the freshness and the funk. The T-shirts come in 210 g/square-meter cotton and feature a special box which puts emphasis on the whole project. In addition to the tape box, which contains the t-shirt, comes a “rookie card” which presents the artists who is responsible for the according design. Each t-shirt series is limited to 200 pieces.

Mioki is supported by artists such as Masta Ace, Edo.G, Torch (Zulu Nation), Toni L., Spax, DJ Premier, L.O.T.U.G., Questlove, Promoe, Pete Rock & CL Smooth, Blu & Exile, J-Live, The Majors, Dilated Peoples, Black Moon, Black Milk, MC Lyte, Bahamadia, Roxanne Shanté, Melle Mel, GrandWizzard Theodore, Kurtis Blow, Torae, El Da Sensei, Camp Lo, Ugly Duckling etc.

Jan 6, 2010 4:46 PM

Documentaries: Monsanto - With poison and genes

These are documentaries about the intrigues of Monsanto, our food industry, lobbyism and our so called "free market" and neoliberal polictics. Go and educate yourself and search for knowledge.

Monsanto - with posion and genes (German/a little Spanish and English)

Vergiftete Geschenke/ Poisoned Gifts Pt. 1 (German, a little Spanish/English):

We feed the world (German/English):

also available on video.google.com or at amazon are the documentaries:
Unser täglich Brot
The Corporation (English)
Darwins Alptraum/Darwin's Nightmare (English)
Let's make money (English)

Dec 13, 2009 2:03 AM

Masta Ace & Edo.G - Authentic (produced by DJ SoulClap)

On December 22nd, Ace & Edo will release a special Edition of their album Arts & Entertainemtn called "Extra Entertainment". There will be a release party in NY with other MC'S like Jean Grae or Torae, it will also be broadcasted live on the internet.

This is the leak single of the special edition called "Authentic" and it's produced by me.


Link provided by 2dopeboyz


Dec 2, 2009 11:54 AM

A day with a Master

So on Monday Masta Ace and Edo.G came to the town where I study, Kiel. I've seen Ace for the seventh time, each time it's different, but this time it was really special!

I arrived in Kiel on Sunday,I drove 2 1/2 hours with my brother, since I don't really live in Kiel anymore, I just go there to write my exams (but pssssst). So that night there was supposed to be a Ustream of Ace and Edo from Birmingham, England. Right on time at 9pm my time they were sitting in front of the laptop ready to stream. During the chat i mentioned that I'm watching football, and they asked how I can do that in Germany. I got Digital TV with ESPN America, so I can watch all the NFL games. Ace and Ed got all excited, since they are huge football fans and they knew they would come to Kiel the next day. They said they might wanna watch Monday Night Football over at my crib. The stream continued for over an hour, whoever wants to watch it, you can check it here (It was really cool):

The same night I emailed Ace if they really wanted to come to the crib to watch the game, and he was like: DEFINITELY. So the next day I went grocery shopping and got some beer and coke (cola, lol). I was preparing a lasagna and some chicken curry for the night. I also got the word 2 days ago, that Strick would come too, he will be the Merch Guy this tour. Akrobatik and Paten Locke were also announced for the show.

My boys Esperado and Matt Sense also had their first big performance with 12 Finger Dan as the local act, they had a couple beats from me too, and they ripped it, they did a great job. Matt picked me up around 4 and we went over to Epserado to do a last little rehearsal (I had to kick a verse too). We went to the Luna Club around 6 to do the sound check. Ace, Edo, Ak, P, Strick and DJ Moe-D arrived around 7. It was a very warm welcome and Ace told me that they would premiere the joint I did for their album. I didn't even get to hear it before that day, so I was really excited about it. I heard it during the sound check and it sounded crazy.
Anyway, my boys got on stage around 9.30 and did a great show, Ak and Paten went on afterwards and ripped it too. Ace and Edo got on stage around 11. They did ALL the classic joint like - I got to have it, The Symphony, Love comes and goes, Born 2 roll (with the 3rd verse over the Ante Up beat) Good ol love, Beautiful, Rock the beat and a lot more, they also played a lot of the songs off the new album. The people went totally crazy and since it was a prettysmall club and it was packed, it had a really great feel to it.
So they left the stage for a short moment to come back for an Encore, it started with Take a walk, by Ace and then there was my moment, I don't wanna tell y'all too much, besides that it was a world premiere, just check the video right here: (The Sound quality is really good)

So after the show I jumped in the tour van and we went to the hotel for a quick second, before we got over to my brothers (my former) crib. My brother and a couple friends were already there, and since the living room is pretty small, it was PACKED!
Ace was really classic, while watching football he was drinking tea and Henny, lol. We talked about a lot of things, but I can't tell y'all everything, I just say it reached from music to plastic surgery... Ak and Edo were a little pissed that the Pats were getting their ass beat tho. Akrobatik was ustreaming live from the appartment, making bets when Ace would fall asleep, but Ace stayed awake doing some, what Ak called "Pre-Game-Routines". I also finished the lasagna and cooked the rice to go with the chicken curry, and everybody was really happy about getting something to eat late at night, don't need to tell y'all that I'm a hobby chef, just ask these dudes, lol. I brought em back to the hotel around 6 am, they had to leave for Oslo, Norway around 7, so you can be pretty sure they didn't catch any sleep... But that's how it is if you do what you love.

All of these MC's are great people and I felt really fotunate to spend a whole night with em. See y'all next year!


Nov 23, 2009 1:15 AM

Tweet of the Day

I already meant to post this last week, but I kinda forgot, but it is too wise not to post it...


"Try to move ahead with a great day without pooping first! Impossible! That poop will stop you! God is love."

1:11 AM

Dub MD & Dominique Larue - End of Regulation

Please download this mixtape of a really dope female MC! Y'all won't regret it, it's hot!!!

Free Download (Usershare) or Mediafire

1:03 AM

A & E - Arts & Entertainment

For my taste, 2009 has been an incredible good year for Hip Hop. We have new dudes like Fashawn, Kid Cudi and Wale coming up as the next generation, who all released hot albums, we got some of the Heavyweights like Eminem, Jay-Z and Raekwon who released great albums, some hot ungderground albums like Double Barrel or the Superstar Quamallah album „The Invisible Man“ and we also had huge disappointments, like that Busta Rhymes album, which was really close to garbage. I know a lot of y'all won't agree on these classifications, but that's the way i see it.

An album that doesn't really fit into any of these categories is „Arts & Entertainment“ by Masta Ace & Edo.G. Two legends who are making music for 20 years, uniting to record an album. Of course the expectations have been incredibly high. The first thing I gotta say about the album is, that I love the mixdown. The quality is great, sounds better than Blueprint 3. DJ Rob and Ace were doing an incredible job on that. Not everybody has an album with a huge sound like that (wink wink Cormega).
The album is a concept album, as usual. It's set up like a TV night and The Bundies, the latest signing of Ace's m3 label, are playing the couple that's guiding you through the album, in a really hilarious way. The Album starts off with a hypnotizing beat by M-Phazes for the track „Hands Up High“. Sounds more like an Edo joint than an Ace joint, sound wise. It's almost Dr. Dre like. Definitely catchy, just like the hook, it's a goodtrack for live shows. The raps are typical battle raps... „Your girl lips cute play the medley on the flute“ (Ace) All in all a really good one! Number 2 features Large Pro and is called „Fans“. Ace starts off and raps like he's talking about his wife, when in fact he's talking about the fans. Large Pro sounds great on this beat and is the perfect feature guest, Edo is coming correct too. Another good one.
The next joint is called „A's & E's“ and it's the first concept song of the album. Ace mostley uses words that start with A and Edo uses words starting with E. HOT! Marsha Ambrosius is on the hook, which sounds a little weird, but in a good way, fits the song perfectly! The melody of the song is really simple, the drums make the track. They sound sick! Next up, the single „Little Young“. I'm sure everybody has heard it, seen the incredible video and loved it. The song has been on BET 106 and Park last week, I think that's a great thing, hope some of these kids listened close!

„Reminds Me“ might be my favorite track of the album, it's Ace's solo joint, Edo is just doing the hook. I love the vibe of the song, a really soulful, relaxed beat and Ace is spitting 2 of his verses that we love him for: „Play this on your jukebox in your bar rooms, who the best who the worst all this arguin won't matter when the smoke clears, Hip Hop's not dead, there's a little hope here...“ Gotta love this!
After this, there is another relaxed joint called „Good Music“ which features Pos of De La Soul. Another favorite. The DJ Spinna beat gives the 3 MC's a lot of room to flow and deliver their message. The hook is very simple but absolutely perfect, Pos is definitely the right feature for a beat like this, and he told me that this is an absolutely great record. Everything fits.
Next up is one I like the least off the album. I don't like the Double-O beat and KRS is coming with lines like „most of y'all pussy, the rest of y'all dickheads“. That is definitely not what you wanna hear from somebody who's always preaching about the temple of Hip Hop...
But the next track saves it. It's Edo's solo joint called “Over There“. Another M-Phazes production, this dude is killing it right now. Not much to say about it, great one. Following is another joint about touring which features DOITALL from the Lords of the Underground. Sounds like someone used the „Juicy Fruit“ drums on here. Solid track, really good one again.
Next up is the grimey peak of the album. This one needs no Hook, „Ei8ght is enuff“, Ace and Ed spit 8 bars back and forth, some really mean lines the beat makes you put on your ugly face. From what I read all over the net this is one of the fan favorites on the album.

Track 11 is called „Here I go“. It has a really nice piano beat and Edo starts talking about his history in the game, Ace is becoming a little more personal with some personal fears that you face when you are an artist. 3rd verse is done by Jamelle Bundy, she's one half of the Bundies and an incredible singer. She doesa great job.
Last track on the album is called „Dancing like a white girl“ and it features the rock group Chester French and Pav Bundy. I read that people really had mixed feeling about it. Some say this sounds like a lame effort to sound commercial, the others say they love it cause it's so funny. You gotta look at the track as for what it is. There's a reason they put it in the end. It doesn't really fit the rest of the tracks, Ace & Edo knew that, but they wanted to do something different and funny. Now somebody tell me that this ain't hilarious. On tour, they often talk to the people and dance with em afterwards. So imagine em chilling after the show in Europe and some white girls dancing with em completely off rhythm, trying to impress them, you need to make a track about this. And they did. After all this is just a great production, the beat is hot, the Lyrics are funny, so don't complain you fockers...

On this example you can see what's wrong with Hip Hop today. It's like half of the fans are complaining that shit changed and doesn't sound like the early 90's and the other half is complaining that everybody is stuck on the golden age sound. Ace & Edo just did a really entertaining album, it is versatile, it is produced really well, maybe there could have been 3 more tracks on it but overall it's just good music, simple and plain... Everybody who said they didn't like it should give it a chance to grow on them.

Everybody make sure to visit for some exclusive videos, the attempt to reuinite the Juice Crew is super interesting!



Nov 2, 2009 6:59 AM

To all European Citizens!

Please sit down and take some minutes or even hours to research by your own, watch these videos about the EU treaty from Lissabon and stay critical and think by your own! Please take care.

The music video has English subtitles!


Vortrag von Prof. Dr. Karl Albrecht Schachtschneider in Salzburg:

Pt. 2:

Pt. 3:

Pt. 4:

Pt. 5:

Pt. 6:

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Pt. 8:

Pt. 9:

Pt. 10:

Nov 1, 2009 4:04 AM

HipHops have become political prisoners!

Last night I saw a report about HipHop in Myanmar. HipHops are haunted (by the
government and the police) and judged for being part of an "oppositional organization". The Acid Crew was rapping about self-determination, asked the listener to think by his/ her own and to question the government and the society. Therefore most of them were senteced to 7 years in prison. Now even HipHops have become polictical prisoners!

For my German peeps, you can read it here:


- Masta Ace & Edo.G's album "Arts & Entertainment" out now

- Everybody who visits the USA will be supposed to pay 10 dollars "entrance", to pay a marketing campaign to get more tourists. SOunds weird, but that's what they plan.

- Strong Arm Steady and Madlib recorded a whole collabo album entitled "Stoney Jackson" which will be released via Stones Throw this fall. Features: Talib Kweli, Guilty Simpson, Phonte, Planet Asia.

- Busta Rhymes is working on his new album "The Chemo", let's hope it will be better than the last one...

- The collabo album of Method Man, Ghostface and Raekwon has been pushed back to 2010, same goes for the Roots album.

Clap's Current Top 5

  • 1. Marco Polo & Rustee Juxx - You can't stop Me
  • 2. Reflection Eternal - Strangers
  • 3. Heather B - The game don't stop
  • 4. Statik Selektah feat Bun B, Wale - So close so far
  • 5. Freeway & Jake One - The Product
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